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on the issues. the u.s. government cannot randomly target citizens. what it can do under the laws of war is target enemy combatant anywhere at any time including on u.s. soil. >> they are wrong on this issue. the problem is if i call you an enemy combatant, how do we know if you are or aren't. that's me calling and accusing you of a crime should there be enough power by any politician, republican or democrat to say you are an enemy combatant and maybe a missile will drop on your house. i believe that is unjust and unconstitutional that if you are an american, people can't accuse you and call you a name. they are assuming that the person calling your name is on a mission and knows you are guilty of that. the way i see it is we have a lot of arab americans that live in deer born, michigan. the vast majority are good american people. say they have a cousin and e-mail them. say somebody thinks their cousin is a terrorist. for goodness sakes, would you drop bombs on people and say we are associated with terrorism and he's an enemy combatant. that's a lot different than someone with a grenade
on the controversial florida stand your ground law. instead zimmerman lawyers says he's going to straight with the focus of winning an aquitdal in a second degree murder trial. it's scheduled to start in june. >>> dow jones heading higher a day after the highest ever closing. we're about 14,284, climbing after some pretty encouraging news on the job market. this story not so encouraging, a deadly and untreatable super bug, it's the cdc using the term nightmare bacteria saying it's spreading through hospitals throughout the united states. we have complete details after this quick break. [ woman ] if you have the audacity to believe your financial advisor should focus on your long-term goals, not their short-term agenda. [ male announcer ] join the nearly 7 million investors who think like you do. face time and think time make a difference. at edward jones, it's how we make sense of investing. the delightful discovery. the sweet realization that you have a moment all to yourself. well, almost. splenda® no calorie sweetener. splenda® makes the moment yours™. splenda® no calorie sweetene
against the defense of marriage act which he signed into law in 1996. the legislation defines marriage as between a man and a woman. now clinton wants the supreme court to declare it unconstitutional. in an opinion piece to "the washington post," clinton questions if the act goes against the principles of freedom, equality and justice. he writes "as a president who signed the act into law, i have come to believe that the defense of marriage act is contrary to those principles and in fact incompatible with our constitution." >>> residents along the northeast still battling the latest blast of winter weather. you could see it in dan lothian's live shot lots of wind, from new york to new england, snow expected to turn to rain as temperatures rise before clearing out tomorrow. wind gusts of up to 40 miles per hour also likely. meteorologist samantha mohr joins us now. parts of massachusetts and connecticut have had more than a foot of snow. any relief in sight? >> it will be a long day in boston, don. heavy snow is reported at this hour with the north winds close to 20 so it's blowing that
president wants to overturn the law that defines marriage between a man and a woman. >>> then while parts of the country are trying to limit access to guns, one town in georgia is trying to require, make it mandatory that citizens own them. >>> and the battle over sugary drinks in new york is now affecting coffee drinks. why a large coffee with sugar may be rather thard to find. this is the cnn "newsroom." it's all happening now. to pick up some accessories.ud a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. to get our adt security system. and one really big reason -- the house next door. our neighbor's house was broken into. luckily, her family wasn't there, but what if this happened here? what if our girls were home? and since we can't monitor everything 24/7,
. how is it that you are so qualm calm in those tv interviews. and the last one. why are the laws of attraction supposed to follow but not the law of chastity. >> they were amazing. >> it's the attitude they're bringing in. >> she's back on the stand today and she'll answer more questions from the jury. >> they're submitting more questions. >> i think it's the great he issest part of the case. great stuff. thank you very much. remember you can watch the jodi arias trial this afternoon live on hln and also cnn.com. we stream that stuff, you know. and coming up, we have an exclusive for you, senator rand paul will join us live. rand paul will join us live. ranrand . \ live. [ anouncer ] ihop is in time square to compare new griddle-melts to your usual breakfast sandwich. a lot more flavor. [ anouncer ] ihop's new griddle melts... made fresh and hot! hand crafted just for you. it's like a sexy sandwich. [ anouncer ] compare new griddle melts yourself. just $4.99. it's an epic breakfast sandwich. your doctor will say get smart about your weight. i tried weight loss plans... but their
the cpr. i did some research and found out even under the california good samaritan law, the nurse would have been covered by the culpability, we're unsure if she would have been fired for violating the protocol. >>> eye know you'll have more for us later on. >> vice president joe biden joined a gathering in selma, alabama. a commemoration, the day known as bloody sunday. it was 48 years ago this month, when alabama state troopers and others attacked a peaceful march. the group was marching from selma, to montgomery, in support of what would become the voting rights act. victor blackwell is live from selma where you've got a sizeable gathering behind you there. victor, voting rights is back in the forefront because of a new case before the u.s. supreme court. vice president biden, will he and any others be addressing that? >> yes, the vice president spoke at a brunch a few moments ago and the man on the stage behind us is a special counsel with the naacp legal defense fund. he argued alongside donald verilli, the u.s. solicitor general in front of the supreme court to uphold the reauthor
/11 is right now sitting in new york city. not gitmo. we'll debate the fate of osama bin laden's son-in-law. >>> plus, a medical examiner needs help identifying bodies. so he's posting their graphic pictures online. >>> and -- >> what did you say? what did you say? >> bieber drama. showing up late, collapsing, tweeting suggestive pics. are we watching another star fall? >>> happy friday. good to see all of you. i'm brooke baldwin. at the vatican today, it was the vote to decide the vote. so now we have a date. it is march 12th that is next tuesday. that is when those 115 cardinals will meet to choose benedict's successor. that's when we start the so-called smoke watch. remember this from eight years ago? here it was, when we saw the white smoke rising above the vatican, from the chimney, there at the beautiful sistine chapel in rome. that is when the world knows. that's a signal when we will have a new pope. the white smoke. but until then, there is a lot to do. in fact, the chimney hasn't even been built yet. and as far as communications there has been a ban inside this hotel where the car
that not in line with the secret, the secret being the law of objection and made me tear it out, so at that point, i was into the reaction. i agreed with him. i figured he's right and honestly, i felt really bad because that's the first time he heard me say something negative about him. i had never said negative things toward him or about him. behind his back and he, i felt like kind of like i had been caught saying something very bad about him, so i didn't do that anymore. >> if that is the case, why were you okay with leaving an entry in your journal that talked about how travis would get angry if he knew you had gone to rachel's house? >> that would have been in late august or early september and this argument that occurred would be late october and the subsequent lecturing of writing negative things occurred after that maybe later in october or early november. >> why was it okay to write about how travis made you sick and happy or sad and miserable or that something wasn't right about him? >> that was a very mild way of how i sometimes felt about that darker side of him. as far as qujust the
instead. >>> the president who signed the defense of marriage act into law now says it's time to put doma asunder. >>> and jurors in the ex-rated murder trial of jodi arias let the defendant know exactly what they think of her. and this is long before they reach a verdict on her life or death. >>> we begin this hour with the first step on a very long road to justice for a man, american federal civilian justice, for a son-in-law of osama bin laden, whom the united states is accusing of con spir conspiracy to kill us. he had been out of sight for years only to surface last week in the middle east and then wind up in the hands of the cia. and at that point, was really easy, key have had a one way ticket to guantanamo bay. and some people on capitol hill think that is exactly where that man belongs. but instead, he just appeared like any other accused criminal in a federal court in manhattan facing a one count indictment that could send him to prison for the rest of his life. what do you think he pled? probably not surprise, not guilty. and he's due back in court on april 8. susan candiotti w
's that for an encore? with xerox, you're ready for real business. >>> a new law in south dakota. if you work in a school, you can carry a gun. and that means teachers, school board employees, even volunteers. and even in kindergarten classes. the law was signed by south dakota's governor yesterday. it goes into effect july 1st, and according to the working of the gun law, it's all about security and defense on school property. >>> remember the 7-year-old suspended from his maryland school for molding his breakfast pastry into the shape of a gun? we told you about josh walsh's pastry problem last weekend. now a maryland lawmaker says it's time for some common sense. state senator jb jennings introduced a bill that would ban schools from suspending kids for childish acts like molding food into gun shapes. jennings does not want his bill to become part of the larger gun debate. but he says schools' zero tolerance rules are going way too far. >>> the forced government spending cuts have wiped out one of washington's popular attractions. starting today, white house tours have been cancelled throu
this when it comes down to corporate law? >> no. she peddles perfection and her business dealings are messy. the story is so interesting, her name and brand mean something -- to almost anyone who knows martha stewart, her brand is simple and clean and good lines, right? when you look at the business dealings between macy's, j.c. penney and martha stewart it's not so simle and clean and bright colors -- >> hold that thought for a second. i want to bring in our legal panel because this is like contract law. sunny hostin and randy zellin, shouldn't it state in black and white whether you can be exclusive? >> the loirsz for martha stewart, she has the best money can buy. she says there's a loophole in contract that someone didn't do their job years ago when this first contract was entered into and there is an exclusion so that she can do this deal j.c. penney bought about 70% of her company. this is a big deal and i can't imagine she went in it blind. this woman is a force to be reccened with, she's smart and savvy business woman -- >> this couldn't have been an accidental deal. randy, i want t
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to be police officers. the town has had enough bad happen to him and i want to give them a professional law enforcement. >> by doing this, are you admitting that there is racism in this department? >> no, not to my knowledge. there's none now. what happened prior to me, i don't really know. >> has the test prevended anyone from joining the force? has anyone failed it? >> no one that has been given the test has failed it. i have had a few people come in and ask me about employment and once i tell them about the polygraph, i have had a couple people not come back or not show anymore interest. >> what has been the criticism? have you gotten criticism from the officers or anyone in the community? >> i have not. everyone there has been great. the administration has been great. the public has been real supportive of me. and they understand there's a lot of changes that need to be made to do what they need in terms of law enforcement. >> so this is happening just in coopertown. would you recommend any other department or municipality to do polygraphs on potential officers? >> i would. if it will s
. last night, the president signed an order required by law that put into effect those $85 billion in automatic cuts. the cuts will come over time. we'll have a live report from washington in the next few minutes. >>> want to head now to seffner, florida. the site of that enormous sinkhole that opened up on thursday night, that literally swallowed up a man while he was sleeping inside his house. you're looking at live pictures right now. let's go to a news conference happening right now. >> can't bring a lot of equipment on to the site. any further work will need to be done from the perimeter. some heavy equipment to help us with that part of the process which is the demolition. unfortunately, we have not been able to determine the whereabouts of mr. bush, jeff bush, who is a gentleman that was consumed by the sinkhole. we've told the family that. and, again, we're expressed our sincere condolences to them. the -- as we reported throughout the day and last night, the sinkhole is extremely large. it's a huge chasm. extending down 50, 60 feed. with all the equipment we brought in and
in the law that puts companions for the elderly in the same category as ba babysitt babysitters. >> this is not recognized like a career. we need to have a very good salary. >> reporter: vilma is proud of her work and makes more than the average wage but hasn't always been so lucky. >> the children of this elderly couple can work and produce money. but who is the one to stay in the house to take care of the other one? who is the one to make this possible? >> reporter: in the meantime, mary says it's not all about the pay. >> you have to love the person, love the job that you do, even if it's not paying a high money. you have to love to take care. >> reporter: zain asher, cnn, new york. >>> "cnn newsroom" continues with fredricka whitfield. hi, fred. >> good to see you. i know you are enjoying kind of the sunshine down here. >> i am. >> it's been very cold in the northeast and other parts of the country. we'll focus on the winter storm in a town in massachusetts in particular. they're getting ready for a major cleanup operation now today after that winter storm slammed the northe
and superintendent with permission from the state board and state superintendent to ask for a waiver from state laws for innovative programs. we called it an innovation law or the flex law. its passed both chambers. and went to conference committee and at the conference committee level, a nine page bill became a 28 page bill and it still had the flex components, but then this whole new concept of a tuition tax credit program was added. >> i've heard you call this an anti-public education bill. but as i understand it and please correct me if i'm wrong, it's not just to send them to another private school. they could send them to another successful public school district, could they not? >> that is an option. i don't think i've used that term. i think that that is one of the criticisms of the bill. and let me tell you, we in the education community understand that we need to address the problem of low performing schools. and there were several other bills pending that would have addressed that. so we have problems with how this legislation was enacted, buts also we're not sure it's going to produce th
alarming distance. when we're talking about drones in terms of the privacy the laws haven't caught up with technolo technology. >> reporter: right. >> how they might affect air traffic. are there laws in place about how high they can go and whether or not they can be close to airports what distance away from an airport they need to be? >> reporter: there are regulations in place. they haven't caught up with the technology and of course the number of these unmanned vehicles that are out there now and the varied types of them. according to regulations flying unmanned aerial vehicles is illegal for commercial purposes, most commercial purposes. you can fly remote-controlled planes up to 400 feet in the air according to faa. if you come within three miles of an airport you have to let the air traffic controllers know about that. those are some loose regulations on these things. a lot of those are not caught up with just the sheer volume of these things in the air these days and just what they're able to do. >> amazing, new technology. kind of scary. brian todd for us. you can watch brian
prostitutes is one part of what law enforcement officials say that they are looking into, with regard to menendez. another big part of it, maybe the biggest part of it, allegations that he used his influence to help one of his biggest donors and that is still, we understand, being investigated bit fbi and also here in the senate by the ethics committee. >> that part still under investigation. dana bash on the hill for us. dana, thank you. >>> in most cases the birth of a baby a happy occasion. even when a surrogate is involved. but that is not so for a couple in connecticut and their surrogate. this is more like a nightmare. this is a story, this is unreal. you have to stick around. we're talking about it. elizabeth cohen will tell us the story. the panel will react. i want your tweets @brookeb at cnn. everyone's retirement dream is different; how we get there is not. we're americans. we work. we plan. ameriprise advisors can help you like they've helped millions of others. to help you retire your way, with confidence. ♪ that's what ameriprise financial does. that's what they can do
is attacking the state's insanity defense laws. lawyers for james holmes says forcing him to cooperate with psychiatrists is a right of his. he's charged with 126 counts including murder. 12 people died and many others were injured. >>> drama, tension, and tears in the jodie arias murder trial this week. she faced some pretty tough questions about death and a coverup. we'll take you inside the courtroom for her dramatic testimony next. so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gp
in mike brooks working his blackberry as i'm bringing him in here. our law enforcement analyst at our sister network, hln. this lear jet 45 is headed from this smaller airport to the massive st. louis airport, presumably to a myriad of ambulances on the ground there as well. >> right. they have a better eter aircra rescue firefighting capability. it is a larger -- it is a larger runway. >> concrete is their friend, is what miles said. >> right. and as they're flying around, burning off the fuel, you don't want to have weight and any kind of fire. but going to lambert field in st. louis it a larger airport, major airport, because where we saw them flying around, where we have been watching for the last number of minutes, you've only saw four fire apparatus interth. i would want the best aircraft rescue firefighting capability possible and longer runway. that means lambert field. >> have you seen something like this in person? >> yes, i have. >> what happens? i know each landing is different. but what has happened? >> there is a possibility, because it is a larger field, they have to c
groups in the u.s. increasing dramatically, that is in a new report from the southern poverty law center. messages targeting blacks, jews and gays were found on campus at oberlin college and a student saw someone dressed like a member of the ku klux klan. look at the number of hate groups t has jumped 69% since 2000. eight years later before president barack obama was sborn in, there were 149 extremist groups in the u.s. mark helped prepare this report. good morning to you. why are we seeing such a dramatic jump? >> good morning, don. really the explosion began in the fall of 2008 which is the moment when two things happened, when barack obama appears on the national political scene for the first time and of course when the economic collapse begins with the subprime crisis. it seems clearly to be related, very closely to that, those two factors and it's not only the person of the president, our first black president but the demographic change he represents, in other words the idea that whites are predicted to lose their majority, fall under 50% of the population by 2043 so there are big
to speed t the cuts that nobody expected are now in place. president obama signed an order required by law that put in effect, $85 billion in automatic pending cuts. the president and republicans are pointing fingers over their failure to avoid the cuts. we will get an update from washington in just a minute. it's the worst possible news for a family in florida. rescue crews at the site of a sinkhole have called off the search for a man who fell in and was buried two nights ago. the sinkhole is said to be too dangerous and deep and unstable. the hole opened up and swallowed the man who was sleeping in his bed at the time. >> venezuela's president is fighting for his life tonight. that is according to the vice president. h hugo chavez was diagnosed with cancer and receiving treatment at a military hospital. >>> cardinals that will choose the next pope are still arriving in rome. they will meet monday morning to set a time to choose the next pope. >> benedict stepped down on thursday after giving a final blessing to thousands of faithful that were gathered. many cardinals met with him before
as well. i also got a statement today from the federal law enforcement officers association. they called this dangerous, ill advised and called it foolishness for the tsa to be rolling back their regulations in this way. and you can bet these organizations are going to be pushing back very hard against tsa in the month to come to see if these restrictions can remain in place. >> yeah, i know as you talked to passengers there, at hartsfield, a lot of people buzzing about this. david mattingly, thank you. a heads up to all of you, we'll be tackling this with our hot topics panel later on in the hour. tweet me. will you feel safer or not next time you're on a plane after these rules go into effect at the end of april? let us know. now some of the hottest stories in a flash, rapid fire. roll it. >>> first up here, attorney general eric holder is not totally ruling out a case where a drone strike could target americans on u.s. soil. he made the comment in a letter to republican senator rand paul, raised the question during hearings involving cia chief nominee john brennan, holder says in a hy
? >> yes. >> okay. let's bring in our legal guys here. avery friedman, civil rights attorney and law professor from cleveland, good to see you. >> hi, fredricka. >> and richard herman, new york criminal law defense attorney joining us from washington. always on the go, travel to so many cities. a big warning out there that we will be showing some pictures that were shown during testimony, very graphic, of the crime scene, of the death of mr. alexander. so on the stand, arias has no qualms about admitting that she did kill alexander. no one's disputing that. but she says it was self-defense, and we heard her say, just in that clip, so many times, that she doesn't remember. so, avery, is this the prosecution able to establish there was premeditation or is she protecting herself by being able to say i didn't remember, and so, you know, might her attorneys be thinking about pleading insanity somewhere down the line, or is it too late for that? >> well, i'm sure if it were available, fredricka, they would have used it already. this has been an utter disaster. if you're going to go on nati
. they wanted him to declare the state's law on the insanity plea unconstitutional. the judge refused the motion, but he did grant a request to explain the consequences of an insanity plea. holmes is accused of killing a dozen people and injuring at least 58 others in a movie theater in aurora, colorado, last july. >>> in arizona, the jodi arias trial is keeping millions of people riveted. and the jury in the case just might be revealing how it thinks -- what it thinks of arias and her testimony. the jurors have submitted at least 220 questions to the judge that they want asked to arias. and they haven't been pulling any punches. >> after all the lies you have told, why should we believe you now? >> lying isn't typically something i just do. i'm not going to say that i've never told a lie in my life before this incident, but the lies that i've told in this case are -- can be tied directly back to either protecting travis's reputation or my involvement in his death. >> i spoke to "hln's" jane velez-mitchell, and i asked her what she thought of arizona and the other states that allow jurors to ask
at all. under the good samaritan law in california, show with not have had any liability at all if she helped this 87-year-old person and perhaps something led to injury. it is just shocking us and perhaps shocking you at home as well. >> nick valencia, thanks so much. >>> forced spending cuts, now rate, but the markets have barely taken notice. the dow finished higher on friday. doesn't mean there won't be an impact. hal sirkin, the boston consulting group. how mike this tright this trick the economy? >> it will begin with basic spending cuts that have already taken place what we call sequestration. it's gonna continue on in a little bit in about 27 days from now in which we will start to see layoffs and furloughs of government workers. when those government workers stop getting paid, they will start to stop buying things and when they stop buying thing, of course, we will see more of the economy spiral down. the potential here is for about a 1.5 to 2% drop in gdp relative what it would have been and that would be pretty dangerous for our economy. if you remember, right, fourth quarte
they were foreclosed on despite federal laws prohibiting this from happening while their loved ones were serving overseas. alison kosik joins us from the new york stock exchange. how did this happen, alison? >> reporter: this is like a bad movie that never ends. this goes back to the housing crisis, many families still dealing with the effects. and "the new york times" is saying that 700 military members wrongly lost their homes in 2009/2010. this is just a small fraction of americans who lost their homes to foreclosure wrongfully, since millions in total were foreclosed on. it doesn't make it any less painful. jp morgan, wells fargo, bank of america -- they all foreclosed on 200 military members who shouldn't have been in the first place. 100 of them have their mortgages with citigroup. this violates service members civil relief act. that is the federal law, which protects military members from foreclosure while they were on duty. "the new york times" says the numbers haven't been release the publicly. here's why it's all coming to light. these big banks are abuses, par8 billion settlem
law allows for immediate suspensions if there is a potentially dangerous situation. >>> the next story is one that is pretty hard to believe, an elderly woman unconscious on the floor, needing cpr or she will die. nobody is willing to help. nobody, they say they can't. it is apparently policy at this senior assisted living center. 911 tapes tell the story, and kelsey thomas of cnn affiliate, kget in bakersfield, california has the report. >> fire department what is your emergency please? >> yes, we need someone out at glennwood gardens as soon as possible, we have a lady with heart problems -- >> what is the address. >> she's unconscious and barely breathing. fire and ambulance crews are on the way. it takes about four minutes of question and answer for tracy halverson to assess the situation. >> we need to get cpr started. >> we can't do the cpr to this facility. >> then hand the phone to a passerby. if you can't do it -- give the phone to anybody there can do cpr. give them the phone, please. i understand if your facility is not willing to do it, give the phone to a stranger, this wo
are groundless. our beers are in full compliance with all alcohol labeling laws. we proudly adhere to the highest standards in brewing our beers. i asked greg, who procures beers for several restaurants and bars in washington about macrobrewers practices? >> large brew houses it is somewhat commonplace to quote, unquote, dilute the beer. however what they're doing is, take, for example, if you had 1,000 barrels of beer, you know, like 2,000 kegs' worth of beer and you brew that to say 6.5%, 7%, and then you cut it with some water before bottling, you could bring it down to somewhere between 4% and 5%. >> and that doesn't mean your mislabeling it. not at all. you get it to the level you want and then you label it that way. >> reporter: he says that practice enables the major brewers to make and sell more beer out of their original ingredients. it gives the beer a cleaner taste and it's not deceptive as long as you label it accurately. i asked an anheuser-busch official if the company engages in that program. he said he couldn't comment beyond their written statement. brian todd, cnn, washington. >
because this happened to this woman and it fell within the cracks of ethics and law, but it probably happens to many other people and how is it take iing care of? >> it is so emotional and every family needs to take stock in this. every family needs to pay attention to what the rules are when they get into this type of situation. jeff, our thanks to you, a really important discussion. >> thank you, john. >>> so, a major winter storm, yes, another one, is expected to bring heavy snow to as many as 16 states early this week. minneapolis will be the first state to get hit tonight with up to a foot of snow. the storm will reach chicago tomorrow with the same and tomorrow night, the snow is schedule scheduled to move east hitting from new jersey down to washington. some forecast models show d.c. getting as much as a foot of snow. you don't think much happens in d.c. right now, wait until they get a foot of snow. areas of the jersey shore could see heavy snow and coastal flooding. >>> crews are back at the site of a deadly sinkhole today in central florida. workers are continuing to demoli
the teed yum of contract law and the teed yum of going through that particular contract for the past hour as we had been. and i asked her how she felt about her testimony, how she felt about how things were going and she said i feel good. i feel good. but we know there's a the lot longer to go in the testimony today. they were just getting up to the beginning of her macy's contract and her early talks and designs with jcpenney. so clearly a lot more to go through here. and it is a contract dispute at its core, of course. but when you throw in the celebrity of martha stewart and two hold houusehold name brands a little sexier. >> she's a nonexecutive compa chairman. she's not a ceo. and there is a big difference in how much clout and minutia you deal with every day. so i want you to just if you can quickly separate those two out for me and tell me why martha on the stand means anything if she's the nonexecutive. >> because she is the one who is making deals with terry lungren from macy's and the new ceo of jc pen any. the e-mails and telephone calls have been about martha's interaction wit
the lives of flight attendants and passengers. also hearing from the federal law enforcement officers association. they call this rolling back of some of the restrictions they have in place now dangerous, ill advises and foolish. what they're talking about is that the passengers will now be allowed in april to bring on certain types of sports equipment and certain types of knives and u.s. officials saying the tsa saying that is bringing that online, in line with what we see happening in other parts of the world, that this will be in line with international regulations. for instance, now, they're going to be allowing pocket knives to be brought on board. like this. and specifically, we're looking at blades that are going to be 2.5 inches in length or shorter. and a half inch in width or shorter. the one thing you cannot bring on when it comes to knives would be something like this. a knife where the blade actually locks and you have a handle on this. according to what tsa is saying, that these new regulations, while it looks like they're rolling some back, they say they're bringing the
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